News & Media

24.10.2016

The Global BioImaging project launches its first Shadowing Program for imaging facility staff: DEADLINE for application EXTENDED!

Facility staff members within the Global BioImaging Project Network (Euro-BioImaging, Australian National Imaging Facility, Australian Microscopy & Microanalysis Research Facility, India-BioImaging) who wish to make a period of job shadowing at another GBI imaging facility can now apply to the program and receive one of the available travel grants.

The deadline for application has been extended to October 31st, 2016. The first shadowing visits are foreseen to take place at the beginning of 2017.

23.10.2016

All scientists invited to apply for access: Euro-BioImaging Interim Operation

From now on, European life science researchers have the possibility to use state-of-the-art imaging technologies, which they do not find at their home institutions or among their collaboration partners.

05.10.2016

CORBEL offers Open Access to high-end technologies and services

CORBEL is a European consortium that unites Biological and Medical Science Research Infrastructures in an EC-funded project. Euro-BioImaging participates in CORBEL as the future European research infrastructure for biological and biomedical imaging technologies. Today, CORBEL announces an open call for scientists to gain access to multiple research infrastructures and services across the whole range of life sciences.

16.09.2016

EuBI publishes first catalogue of biological and biomedical image data repositories

The Euro-BioImaging collection is the first public collection of image data repositories and is available at BioSharing.org.

23.08.2016

APPLY NOW! The Global BioImaging project announces the first international training courses for Imaging Core Facility Staff

It is with great pleasure that the Global BioImaging project consortium announces its first International Training Courses for Imaging Core Facility Staff!
 
The two advanced courses address core facility staff working at Euro-BioImaging Node Candidates and at the international GBI partner institutions. The courses will take place back-to-back at the EMBL in Heidelberg (Germany) and will cover the topics of: